Clouds continue to thicken up tonight. That, combined with the arrival of warmer air, means our lows in the 20s and 30s will happen early in the night. Temperatures, especially west of the Greens, will start to rise in many cases overnight.
Early Thursday morning there could be a touch of light freezing rain in parts of Northeastern Vermont and New Hampshire, but with temperatures climbing any light showers will turn to plain rain fairly quickly. And that's what most of us will see Thursday, just off/on occasional light rain showers. More notably it will become quite windy, and warm! Highs reach around 50 west of the Greens, with temperatures stuck in the 40s in the typically cooler areas east of the mountains. The best chance of seeing some wet weather is actually late in the day.
Another little disturbance will arrive Friday, bringing a few more light rain and snow showers. Highs will be cooler, in the 30s.
The weekend still looks brighter, cooler, and drier. A storm with at least some wintry component to it is still on track to arrive Monday.
-Meteorologist Michael Page